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Urban/Rural –
134 Miles from San Diego (2 hours and 20 min)
326 buildings on 419 acres
11 schools within UCLA with 39,984 students
                                            1st-year students:
                                            91% In-state students
10 miles from downtown Los Angeles          9% Out-of-state students
2008 Census Bureau Population 9.8 million   1% Part-time students
                                            57% Women
Non-Religious                               43% Men
                                            <1% American Indian/Alaskan Native
                                            34% Asian/Pacific Islander
                                            3% Black/Non-Hispanic
                                            16% Hispanic
                                            29% White/Non-Hispanic
                                            6% Non-Resident Alien
                                            97% in top 10th of graduating class
                                            100% in top quarter of graduating class
                                            100% in top half of graduating class
                                            93% had h.s. GPA of 3.75 and higher
                                            4% had h.s. GPA between 3.5 and 3.74
                                            2% had h.s. GPA between 3.25 and 3.49
                                            1% had h.s. GPA between 3.0 and 3.24
 Apply November Senior year 2011
 Fully weighted GPA

Admission requirements:
Essay(s) required
Required: SAT Reasoning Test or ACT
If submitting ACT, the writing section is required
App Fee- $60
Quarter term system
Deadline-Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Full-time freshman enrollment: 4,457
Number who applied for need-based aid: 2,935
Number who were judged to have need: 2,414
Number who were offered aid: 2,414
Number who had full need met: 545
Average percent of need met: 81%
Average financial aid package: $17,905
Average need-based loan: $6,200
Average need-based scholarship or grant award: $14,232
Average non-need based aid: $4,601
Average indebtedness at graduation: Not reported
(from college board)
Every Friday excluding UCLA holidays
10am to approx. 12pm
Reservations required
Groups of 10 or more require a special tour

                   Meal Plans

          Bruin Premiere 19- flexible, meals not
          used can later be used by friends and
          family(per quarter)
          Gold 19 -for people who would rather
          eat there more often. Meals not used
          cannot be used later. Mon-Fri
          Blue 14- For students who leave on
          weekends. Meals not used can be used
          Cub 11- most basic. For students who
          only eat once or twice a day and leave
          on the weekends. Meals not used can
          be used later.
Recreational Program:
Club Sports:
Baseball, power-lifting, sailing, archery, taekwondo, rowing, rube, Brazilian jiujutsu,
   fencing, surfing, water skiing, boxing, tennis. Library
Majors: 129 different majors:


African Languages (B.A.)

Afro-American Studies (B.A.)

American Indian Studies (B.A.)

American Literature and Culture (B.A.)

Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations (B.A.)

                                                          Five Divisions Academic Divisions:
Anthropology (B.A.)

Anthropology (B.S.)

Arabic (B.A.)
                                                          Arts Majors
Art History (B.A.)
                                                          Nursing Majors
Asian American Studies (B.A.)

                                                          Theater/Film and Television Majors
                                                          Engineering Majors
Asian Humanities (B.A.)

Asian Religions (B.A.)

Astrophysics (B.S.)                                       Letters and Science Majors
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Environmental Sciences (B.S.)

Biochemistry (B.S.)

Biology (B.S.) [1]

Biophysics (B.S.)

Business Economics (B.A.) [1,2,3]                          Student faculty ratio: 17 to 1
Central and East European Languages and Cultures (B.A.)

Chemistry (B.S.)

Chemistry, General (B.S.) [4]

Chemistry/Materials Science (B.S.)

Chicana and Chicano Studies (B.A.)

Chinese (B.A.)

Classical Civilization (B.A.)